“Today’s Doodle celebrates Justine Siegemund” Justine Siegemund was the first woman to write a book on obstetrics. In 1960 European University Viadrina Frankfurt owned Justine Siegemund’s book. She was the first woman to publish seminal medical texts. She was born in 1636 in Rohnstock.Google
Who was Justine Siegemund?
Let’s discuss the general information that Justine Siegemund was suffering from a prolapsed uterus but was diagnosed as pregnant. Due to this frustration, she decided to guide women about obstetrics. After some time she becomes known and guides women about difficult births. Justine Siegemund became a City Midwife in 1683 and became Court Midwife in Berlin.
She changed the idea of midwifery in Europe. Her google doodle is showing in the USA, UK, Germany, and many more. During “Court Midwife” she published “The Court Midwife’’ which focused on infant health.
Although in German midwives there was no proper way to communicate and guide women about safe birth. The information was only delivered orally. But in oral they were not all the knowledge delivered to women. Therefore, “The Court Midwife’’ was the first document to deliver full detail about safe birth. This was the best way to deliver all the information through documentation.
Why a Google Doodle is celebrating the groundbreaking midwife’s life today
Google Doodle is celebrating the groundbreaking midwife’s life today because of Justine Siegemund work. This is well known and always be remembered for her best knowledge. We all Thanks to Justine Siegemund for giving this all the information regarding safe birth. Your work will always inspire all of you and physicians to get a lot of knowledge. This makes the delivery process. Thanks again for this beautiful knowledge.
Justine “The Court Midwife’’ medical drawings
Here is the medical drawing of Justine. This documentation is well known and has the best details about safe birth. The whole procedure of child birth in single document.